Screen9 extension for Adobe Premiere Pro

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    This article covers the topic of how to install and use use the Screen9 extension for Adobe Premiere Pro to export media from Adobe Premiere Pro to Screen9.

    In order to use the Screen9 extension for Adobe Premiere Pro you are required to have upload privileges on a Screen9 Account.

    Installation

    To install the Screen9 extension for Adobe Premiere Pro, either navigate to Adobe Exchange marketplace and search for "Screen9" or click the direct link below.
    https://www.adobeexchange.com/creativecloud.details.102753.screen9.html

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    Press the button labeled "Free" marked in the image above and follow the instructions provided on the page to complete the installation.


    Usage

    Show the Screen9 Extension Window

    To show the Screen9 extension window in Adobe Premiere Pro, press Screen9 under Extensions in the Window drop down menu of Premiere Pro.

    Login to Screen9

    When you first open the Screen9 extension you will be prompted to log in, do so using your Screen9 Console user credentials, or sign in with Microsoft if you account is connected with Azure Single Sing On.

    Export Sequence

    To export your sequence in Premiere Pro to your Screen9 account press the Upload button in the top right corner of the extension window, or the "Upload Sequence" button.

     

    Fill in the metadata and if your Screen9 Console user have access to multiple accounts, select which account to export the sequence to. Choose a preset of export settings and press Upload to start exporting the sequence.

    After pressing Upload your sequence will be exported to the selected Screen9 account.

     

    After processing, the last 10 exported videos are listed in the extension window. You can press the three dots icon on the right side of listed media to access the video in Console in order to edit its metadata.

    Personalizing the interface

    The Screen9 extension window can be docked anywhere in the interface of your workspace using drag and drop.

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